The team of Yugoslavia gold winner in Mexico 1968 Olympic Games.Standing L-R:Dabovic, Marovic, Hebel, Lopatny, Trumbic, Seifert (Head Coach), Bonacic, Perisic, Coric. Kneeling L-R:Rudic, Jankovic, Stipanic, Dr.Brkovic, Poljak, Grubic, (missing Sandic). Source: A century of Croatian Water Polo
The team of "HAVK Mladost" Zagreb winner of the 1968 European Champions Cup. Standing L-R: Seifert (Head Coach), Lopatny, Bonacic, Jeger, A.Matosic, Poljak, Trumbic. Kneeling L-R: Hebel, Stipanic, Z.Simenc, Pozojevic, Mikac. In the series of final games Mladost won in Zagreb against Dinamo Bucarest with 4-2 and tied 4-4 in Bucarest. Source: A century of Croatian Water Polo
Rare video footage showing the training of the National team of Hungary prior to Los Angeles 1932 Olympic Games. The trainings took place at the indoor pool of Budapest, on the Marguerite island. In Los Angeles the team of Hungary won for the first time in their Olympic history, the gold medal composed by the legendary players: Istvan Barta, Gyorgy Brody, Oliver Halassy, Marton Homonnai, Dr. Sandor Ivady, Alajos Keseru, Ferenc Keseru, Janos Nemeth, Miklos Sarkany, Jozsef Vertesy.
The team of Aston Swimming Club, Midland Counties Water Polo Champions in 1905. The team of Aston SC has been also Champion of Birmingham and District Champions in 1902, 1904 and 1905. Standing L-R:C.Collins, C.Davis, F.B.Daniell, Prof, J.A. Panting (Instructor). Seatting L-R: W.C.Wallace, A.E.Hill, F.H.Britton (Captain), J.Costello, A.E.Brown.
The team of “University of Pennsylvania” in 1920, composed by: William L.Tandy (captain), Richard L. Harburger, William Barr, T.L.Haldeman, Palmer Collins, John Carney, Harold Elverson, Lawrence Stern, S.Raymond Beckwith. Source:http://www.upenn.edu/